Does anyone have any feed back on these. I just noticed them and they are made by the company I work for, was going to try them out.
ive had em for 9k miles, their worth the money imo, they do great offroad, and if you dont mind a hum on road then their just fine, they still dont have any noticeable treadwear, and they do good in the mud, and we had snow last week, they worked just fine, btw i have the 33/12.5r15 version
fast and hard... the only way i know how!
Originally Posted by YJFreak:
"Seat belts work, engine runs, tires ain't flat. What more do you want?"
I have been running 32x11.50r15 Maxxis Bighorns on my 01 xj for almost a year. They have been so far the best I run. I 've had Pro-Comps and BFG's as well. I will never buy another BFG as long as I live. The Maxxis tires have really surprised me though. I got them into some pretty thick n sticky mud and they just kept diggin', even on a hill that was at about a 30 deg angle they just would not stop. I will definitely be getting these again, only this time in 33's. S.D.M.F
OK, i didnt check the WHOLE thread, but here it goes...
I have the Firestone Destination MT's. They are very close true to size. In the 6 months i have used them, they have lost very little tread, worn great! They are not all that loud, considering. Great on pavement, rain, water, dirt, mud (obviously), ice and deep snow. For some reason, light snow, like a dusting, makes these things go all over, but i guess you cant cover every category!
Noticed many great tires listed; and after a investigating, I went with Cooper STTs (35X12.50X15) - and am very pleased to date. My Jeep lives in the CO Rockies and rarely has to suffer on highway driving. I didn't buy these tires for highway driving, or I might have bought the STs.
Just pick a tire made in the U.S.